Yerba Mate

Titrayju To find out why we love this yerba mate, you don’t need to venture far beyond the name, which incorporates three key concepts; “tierra, trabajo y justicia para todos los habitantes del país.” That is, land, work and justice for all Argentines. Titrayju is a cooperative of local producers in Misiones, Argentina, working to defend the principles of fair trade.

Kraus Kraus is a family business in Posadas, Misiones producing a wide range of organic, chemical-free, kosher and fair trade yerba mate. The best thing, they export their products to Asia, Europe, North & South America and Oceania, so if you are passing through Argentina, you don’t have to worry about the potential complications of trying to get this leafy green product out of the country!

Guayaki  Guayaki work with partner farming communities in the North and South American Atlantic rainforests. These partners sustainably harvest organic yerba mate from rainforest grown cultivations and reforestation projects, generating a renewable income stream which enables these communities to improve their lives and restore their lands. Guayaki products are organic and fair trade and they export their product to the US, Canada and Scandanavia.


The Anuva Wine Store is a great site for those wanting to order fine Argentine wine in the United States.

Vinecol is a winery from La Paz, Mendoza producing a range of delicious organic, fairtrade wines. Their products are also available overseas.

Fair Trade Products in Argentina

We think Fair Trade brands are fabulous. Here is a source of products in Argentina.

Béarnaise Sauce in Argentina

Taste Abroad is a source of Béarnaise Sauce in Argentina. For those missing accompaniments from home!


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